Mexican Cuisine Historical Origins

By Mike Mercer   Eating hot food, to be cool It is no coincidence that spicy cuisine and spicy dishes are most common in regions of the world that also have the hottest climates. It is also no coincidence that … Continue reading

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Mexico World Class Sportfishing

By Mike Mercer Mexico is a fisherman’s paradise Mexico is an outstanding destination for both saltwater and freshwater fishing, with many of great opportunities to set your hook all along the coasts, and throughout the country. Today, numerous sport fishing … Continue reading

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May 2014 Mexico Festivals and Events

by Roxanna Brock McDade For those of you who prefer to avoid the Spring Break crowds and head to Mexico after it’s had time to clean up and rest — May is the perfect vacation time for you. This May … Continue reading

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Chocolate’s Mexico Origins

By Mike Mercer Some of my favorite foods come from Mexico Having grown up in southern Arizona, close to the Mexico border, I have long been a fan of delicious Mexican cuisine. Tacos, tamales, enchiladas, flautas, chimichangas, fajitas, chile rellenos, … Continue reading

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Mexico’s Mesoamerican Pyramid Sites

Mexico Pyramids

By Mike Mercer Let’s go visit some pyramids! Sure, the pyramids in Egypt are spectacular, but you don’t necessarily have to travel half way around the globe to see some excellent examples of ancient pyramids. Mexico, our next door neighbor … Continue reading

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